Following Apple's, Google’s and Samsung's tablet lineups, Huawei has a broad variety of tablets in its portfolio hitting nearly every market category. With the pattern of utilizing such portable computers to gather efficiency speed, the Chinese firm has come up with its desktop mode that transforms the tablet into a portable work computer, mainly for more casual work activities. On the other side, several Huawei Tablets are available that you can watch videos all day long, or your kids can play a game or two with. Huawei Tablets have been making a name for themselves in the technology world as they’re premium styles are starting at a low cost.
Huawei began selling tablets in 2010 with the release of the Huawei IDEOS S7. This tablet had an Android 2.1 OS, could connect to Wi-Fi, stereo sound as well as a gravity sensor. The HUAWEI IDEOS S7 was referred to as an affordable and entry-level tablet. Huawei has since continued to produce high-quality tablets.
The operating system used on Huawei tablets is the Harmony OS, which runs on multiple Huawei devices. Harmony OS was initially released on August 9, 2019. Harmony OS has a multi-kernel design and has an open-source Android code that can support running Android apps in addition to HarmonyOS apps.
Huawei tablets launched after May 15, 2019, do not have access to Google’s suite of digital products like Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, or the Google Play Store. Any uncertified tablet launched after that date would be Google-less, but Huawei tablets released before the ban still have access to Google.